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Contents. Introduction Getting Started Connecting the WebCCTV NVR to a local network Connecting the WebCCTV NVR to the Internet Restoring the WebCCTV NVR Storage & Bandwidth considerations Security Policy Troubleshooting. The WebCCTV NVR in a local network. Network Overview

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Contents

  • Introduction

  • Getting Started

  • Connecting the WebCCTV NVR to a local network

  • Connecting the WebCCTV NVR to the Internet

  • Restoring the WebCCTV NVR

  • Storage & Bandwidth considerations

  • Security Policy

  • Troubleshooting


The webcctv nvr in a local network
The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Network Overview

  • Connecting the NVR to a network

  • Accessing the WebCCTV NVR on a LAN


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The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Network Overview

WebCCTV NVR & WebCCTV NVS in a network


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IP Address

Subnet

Gateway

The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Connecting the NVR to a network

Assigning an IP address

Control Panel Network connections Local Area Properties


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The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Connecting the NVR to a network

General Network communication

Step By Step

  • Appl w running on ip 2 listens on port 5000

  • Appl x running on ip 1 wants to communicate with Appl w

  • Appl x connects to ip 2 port 5000

  • Appl w accepts.

  • Communication channel is established.

  • Appl w and Appl x can communicate.

Server

Client

Appl x

Appl z

Appl y

Appl w

5000

IP 1

IP 2


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The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Connecting the NVR to a network

WebCCTV Network communication

Step By Step

  • WebCCTV server runs a web server application (port 80) and a video-server application (port 1518 and ports 4096-4224)

  • Internet Explorer (IE) wants to communicate with WebCCTV Server

  • IE gets a webpage from web server application and ActiveX in webpage gets images from video server application.

WebCCTV Server

WebCCTV Client

Internet

Explorer

Web

80

Video

4096 - 4224

1518

IP 1

IP 2


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The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Accessing the WebCCTV NVR on a LAN

Client Configuration

Same IP Subnet

  • In 90% of cases subnet mask : 255.255.255.0

  • i.e. IP of WebCCTV = 192.168.100.50 then IP of Client PC must be 192.168.100.x where x is between 0 and 255 except 50

  • E.g. 192.168.100.240 belongs to the same group as 192.168.100.50

    Reachable via gateway

  • If IP of WebCCTV NVR is not within subnet :i.e. 192.168.200.56 a gateway must be defined in the Client PC.


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The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Accessing the WebCCTV NVR on a LAN

Connection test

‘Ping’ command is a very important test = ‘ECHO’

Its results tell you immediately where the problem could be, if any

e.g. IP of Client 192.168.222.251 & WebCCTV NVR 192.168.222.2

  • 3 situations :

    • The other side answers = there is correct network communication possible


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The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Accessing the WebCCTV NVR on a LAN

Connection test

  • The other side doesn’t answers = there is no correct network communication possible.‘Request timed out’ = on the same subnet but no answer

  • The other side is not reachable = there is no correct network communication possible.‘Destination host unreachable’ = not on the same subnet and no gateway defined


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The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Accessing the WebCCTV NVR on a LAN

Minimum Client PC Requirements

Operating System

  • Windows 2000 Service Pack 3

  • Windows XP

    Hardware

  • Intel Pentium III 1000 MHz or higher (decompressing video needs)

  • 128 MB RAM

  • 16 MB RAM on video-card

    Software

  • Internet Explorer 6

  • DirectX 9.0b

  • Windows Media player 9 or higher


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The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Accessing the WebCCTV NVR on a LAN

Remote Client test

Internet Explorer 6

At first connection, a viewing component (ActiveX technology) has to be installed on the client PC.If not installed correctly (needs Administrative rights), the WebCCTV application will not run properly.


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The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Accessing the WebCCTV NVR on a LAN

Client Configuration

Internet Explorer 6 settings

  • Basic Rule : Allow Internet Explorer the installation and execution of signed ActiveX controls and Administrative rights at first visit

  • Two approaches :

    • Easiest & safest : Consider the WebCCTV NVR IP address as a trusted site.Menu Tools Internet Options Security Trusted Sites

    • Change the overall security to allow signed ActiveX installationMenu Tools Internet Options Security Custom Level


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The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Accessing the WebCCTV NVR on a LAN

Client Configuration

Internet Explorer 6 settings

  • Easiest approach :

    • Consider the WebCCTV NVR IP address as a trusted site.Menu Tools Internet Options Security Trusted Sites


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The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Accessing the WebCCTV NVR on a LAN

Technology

  • Microsoft

  • Only Internet Explorer

  • Usable in many environments : Web pages, Visual Basic, C++ (i.e. WebCCTV Software Development Kit)

    Installation

  • Administrative rights (only First time !)

  • Security settings Internet Explorer

  • Anti-Virus & Anti-Spyware programs

    Removal

  • C:\windows\downloaded program files\

  • WebCCTV3 Network Client Class


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The WebCCTV NVR in a local network

  • Accessing the WebCCTV NVR on a LAN

Client Configuration

Video Hardware acceleration = FULL

Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware software

  • Allow WebCCTV ActiveX to install and execute

  • Allow scripts to execute

    Personal Firewall software

  • Allow outgoing connections

Control Panel Display Settings Advanced Troubleshooting


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